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standing omoplata
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This is my favorite open guard. Having an evacuation plan when the collar grip is broken has been key for me
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more collar sleeve omoplata competition footage
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foot on bicep retention
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collar sleeve knee push
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THAT'S INCREDIBLE
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coffee house as a place for intellectual discourse, coffee as stimulant, american revolution planned in coffee houses
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cat shit coffee, digestive tract imparts taste to the coffee beans
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coffee is good for 2 weeks after roasting
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biggest factor of coffee quality is altitude. higher is better. the next is amount of shade. more shade is better taste, but tradeoff because the plant becomes less productive. that's why coffee is grown in the shade of other trees to balance taste and output.
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caffeine which is an alkaloid is toxic to insects. meant to protect the coffee fruit from insect predation.
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Yirgosheffe coffee
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3000-5000 different varieties of coffee in ethiopia, outside of ethiopia around 30
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coffee is from ethiopia, some seeds stolen by dutch, one plant transported to carribean and south america
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how coffee was discovered and spread
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how coffee grows, coffee and butter, and ancient ethiopian warrior performance enhancement
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18 to 22 percent desired extraction of possible 30 percent total extraction of cellular content of coffee.
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optimal brewing temperature 195-205 degrees fahrenheit to get just enough of the cellular contents of coffee to make it taste good but not so much to make it over extracted which makes it taste bitter
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The is–ought problem, as articulated by Scottish philosopher and historian David Hume (1711–76), states that many writers make claims about what ought to be on the basis of statements about what is. Hume found that there seems to be a significant difference between positive statements (about what is) and prescriptive or normative statements (about what ought to be), and that it is not obvious how one can coherently move from descriptive statements to prescriptive ones. The is–ought problem is also known as Hume's law, or Hume's guillotine.
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hume: "you can't get ought from is", krauss: "without is you can never get to ought"
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"art requires rigor, science requires creativity"
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should we program machines with human values? "what are human values?"
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"just like the x-files said, we wanna believe"
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what is gauge symmetry?
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scientific method for politics
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"the world we experience is such an illusion"
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ai podcast about being intelligently designed by "these monkeys".
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ai might want to save us because they are our offspring.
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ai may decide to get rid of oxygen to prevent rust: bad for humanity.
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how will ai change the world. ancient greeks thought writing would be horrible, maybe ai won't be so bad.
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xenophobia as outdated evolutionary tool that is now counter productive
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why do people love conspiracy theories
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how did greeks figure out the circumference of the earth
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be comfortable with not knowing to be a better parent or teacher
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"large hadron collider is gothic cathedral of the 21st century"
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religion is not necessary. replace it with rock concerts ;)
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nothing should be above questioning. "if simply questioning make me a militant atheist then all scientists should be militant atheist. because we question things."
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book: the sacred mushroom and the cult: christianity is really about doing shrooms and fertility cults
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the problem with the bible is translation and human editing
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the hypocrisy of jesus
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the old testament is just as violent as the koran
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the difference between judaism, christianity and islam
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religion birthed science
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the problem with being guided with religion
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Phillip K Dick "reality happens whether or not you believe in it"
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feynman said: "the easiest person to fool is yourself" overcome your biases with evidence
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the evolutionary benefits of ascribing meaning or religion
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the universe is like beer
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large hadron collider
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higgs field and mass
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what is an electric field?
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"science is like art and music and literature"
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the rulebook or function at each point in space is the electromagnetic field.
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gauge symmetry physics
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the difference between science and religion
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gauge symmetry
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gordon finishes
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gordon double hook (clown) sweep (twice)
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keenan pressure pass, gordon really nice knelbo shield defense
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gordon really nice leglock entry attempt
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gordon counters keenan pass attempt with backward roll
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keenan defends 2 on 1 by back stepping, gordon counters with knelbo shield
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gordon top forced backroll pressure to leg lace
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https://youtu.be/wKx_nu6R9HE
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Bernardo Faria shows this same counter to knee slice. If the knee is inside the elbow and driving you go shin to shin, if it's outside the elbow you can push it with the foot
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lasso sweep
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By the late 1800s, the term was typically applied to businessmen who used exploitative practices to amass their wealth.[2] These practices included exerting control over natural resources, influencing high levels of government, paying subsistence wages, squashing competition by acquiring their competitors to create monopolies and raise prices, and schemes to sell stock at inflated prices to unsuspecting investors.[2] The term combines the sense of criminal ("robber") and illegitimate aristocracy (a baron is an illegitimate role in a republic).
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The theory for the Invisible Hand states that if each consumer is allowed to choose freely what to buy and each producer is allowed to choose freely what to sell and how to produce it, the market will settle on a product distribution and prices that are beneficial to all the individual members of a community, and hence to the community as a whole. The reason for this is that self-interest drives actors to beneficial behavior in a case of serendipity.
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Libertarianism (Latin: liber, "free") is a political philosophy that upholds liberty as its principal objective. Libertarians seek to maximize autonomy and freedom of choice, emphasizing political freedom, voluntary association, and the primacy of individual judgment.[1][2] Libertarians generally share a skepticism of authority; however, they diverge on the scope of their opposition to existing political and economic systems.
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A team of researchers found that Chinese Americans die younger than expected "if they have a combination of disease and birth year which Chinese astrology and medicine considers ill-fated." That is to say, if they were born in a year that was astrologically linked to poor lung health, they would die an average of five years earlier from lung-related disease than someone born in some other year with the same disease. Similar effects were not found in the white populations around them. And how much sooner you died depended on the people's "strength of commitment to traditional Chinese culture."
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Think about that for a minute. If you were born under a bad sign, you died five years younger from the same diseases as people born under good signs. But only if you believed in Chinese astrology.
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The word "money" is believed to originate from a temple of Juno, on Capitoline, one of Rome's seven hills. In the ancient world Juno was often associated with money.
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Perhaps the single most dramatic example of this phenomenon of software eating a traditional business is the suicide of Borders and corresponding rise of Amazon. In 2001, Borders agreed to hand over its online business to Amazon under the theory that online book sales were non-strategic and unimportant. Oops. Today, the world’s largest bookseller, Amazon, is a software company — its core capability is its amazing software engine for selling virtually everything online, no retail stores necessary.
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Stuxnet is a malicious computer worm, first identified in 2010, that targets industrial computer systems and was responsible for causing substantial damage to Iran's nuclear program. The software was designed to erase itself in 2012 thus limiting the scope of its effects. The worm is believed by many experts to be a jointly built American-Israeli cyberweapon,[1] although no organization or state has officially admitted responsibility. Anonymous American officials speaking to The Washington Post claimed the worm was developed during the Bush administration to sabotage Iran's nuclear program with what would seem like a long series of unfortunate accidents.
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Traditional warfare: Dani tribesmen fighting with spears in the Baliem Valley of the New Guinea Highlands. The highest one-day death toll in those wars occurred on June 4, 1966, when northern Dani killed face-to-face 125 southern Dani, many of whom the attackers would personally have known (or known of). The death toll constituted 5% of the southerners’ population. Photo credit: Karl G. Heider.
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Researchers Gurven and Kaplan have estimated that around 57% of hunter-gatherers reach the age of 15. Of those that reach 15 years of age, 64% continue to live to or past the age of 45. This places the life expectancy between 21 and 37 years.[30] They further estimate that 70% of deaths are due to diseases of some kind, 20% of deaths come from violence or accidents and 10% are due to degenerative diseases.
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anthropologists Richard Borshay Lee and Irven DeVore suggested that egalitarianism was one of several central characteristics of nomadic hunting and gathering societies because mobility requires minimization of material possessions throughout a population. Therefore, no surplus of resources can be accumulated by any single member.